Whether you work or live near downtown Providence or you are there to visit it is always good to know where to go for excellent cocktails or a beer.
Here are some of our favorite spots to grab a drink in Downtown Providence:
The Avery offers a dark and mysterious atmosphere where you can order unique craft cocktails or a rare aged beer in a bottle. The Avery boasts lighted carvings of sea nymphs and Providence cityscapes and one special piece of art discreetly covers a secret whiskey cabinet.
The Dean Hotel
Another more intimate cocktail lounge is located in The Dean Hotel. The Magdalenae Room reminds visitors hotel bars found in Europe. The bartenders will mix off-menu drinks based on your individual spirit and flavor choices. For a weekend night out you can always go next door to the Boombox Japanese-style karaoke bar. They offer sake bombs and other drinks to enjoy while the brave visitors go on stage to sing karaoke.
The Eddy is yet another Providence bar where you can enjoy cocktails like their house punch, touted as a drink fit for pirates. They also offer old-fashioned beers on draft and old granddad bonded bourbon along with extensive wine choices.
Take a trip back in time at Justine’s, a 1920s speakeasy that visitors enter through a lingerie shop. Drinks like the Charlie Chaplin (apricot brandy, sloe gin, and lime) are served in vintage Roaring Twenties glassware. Justine’s is the perfect spot for a night out with friends.
Ogie’s Trailer Park
If the 1970s are more your decade then a visit to Ogie’s Trailer Park is in order. The retro 70s decor is proud of its Route 66 style beer menu and seasonal cocktails. There is a fire pit on the patio and a full menu for those looking to have dinner and drinks.
No matter what your tastes there is a bar or cocktail lounge in downtown Providence to suit your needs for an after-work drink or weekend night out on the town. If after patronizing one of these fine establishments you find yourself in need of a local Downtown Providence DUI Lawyer, Call Rory Munns at 401-229-5544 for a free consultation.